Chandrashekar a posy poet

(June 12,1973 / Bangalore, India)

Paradise of fantasies, the


At times,
You excite me so much
And many a time
Deeply hurt me too
Throwing up surprises
Is no strange for you
And smart enough for
Deeds melancholy

Still I wait in vain
For the moment of magic
Through myriad touches
And it's great to feel such
Immense sighs of relief

You fill
Brimming courage
To sail through life
And take me round
The layers of choke
You chuckle me often
And puzzle me too

The sense of rhythm
In every swing
With varied angles
And countless heights

You pass through lungs
And cheer them up
You keep them high
And make them fly

With stunning beauty
You thrill my sight
And naughty enough
To make me gay

You haunt me
As an Eagle in sky
And soak me well with
The paradise of fantasies

You move my soul
And often
Prove your role

Well, in case
You fail to emote
Any of these
Then for sure
You are never
My ardent verse

Submitted: Thursday, April 09, 2009
Edited: Thursday, November 22, 2012

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